Job Opportunities

Please see the list below for the various types of positions at North-Wright Airways. Our staff are based in the north and learn all about the north.

Positions in dispatch, reservations and accounting have competitive compensation packages together with opportunities to move up in the company. North-Wright is committed to promoting First Nation employment in the air service industry. North-Wright encourages all beneficiaries of the Land Claim to look to their own company for career opportunities especially those interested in becoming a pilot or an aircraft maintenance engineer.

  • Commercial Pilots (crew personnel in control of aircraft) Our pilots, 20 in total, are the face of North-Wright and the front line of customer service. Their flying ability, commitment to safety, appearance and interpersonal skills are vital to the value of North-Wright's brand. The minimum standard for recruitment of pilots is graduation from a two-year aviation program from a recognized school complete with both an instrument and a multi-engine rating. Graduates are attracted to North-Wright by the unique opportunity to log considerable flying hours in a short period of time on several different types of aircraft.
  • Aircraft Dispatch Coordinator (controls daily movement of all company aircraft)
  • Customer Service (for handling of passengers and freight)
  • Aircraft Maintenance Mechanic (servicing, inspecting, trouble shooting and repairs to aircraft) Our aircraft maintenance engineers have a minimum of a two year apprenticeship certification after graduating from a recognized Aircraft Engineer Training Program. After apprenticing for two years under a certified Aircraft maintenance Engineer, they can achieve full certification. The workday for an aircraft maintenance crew is based on fast response times as the engineers often work around flight schedules, unscheduled maintenance, and crucial demands for clear paperwork and documentation. Float Planes are maintained right at the float dock where customers are preparing for their flights.
  • Aircraft Sheet Metal Expert (Carry out aluminum and composite repairs to aircraft)
  • Partsroom Technicians (inventory control, shipping and receiving aircraft parts)
  • Aviation Records Clerk (keeping of all records pertaining to work carried out on aircraft)
  • Quality Assurance Personnel (assuring aircraft maintenance standards are carried out)
  • Accounting Personnel (Financial Comptroller, Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable and Payroll Specialist)
  • Reservation Personnel (taking reservations for passenger travel)
  • Ramp Attendants (loading and off loading of wheel and float aircraft)
  • Safety Management Officer (Ensuring safety standards throughout the company are complied with)
  • Carpenter (Building and maintenance of housing and business assets)
  • Heavy Duty Mechanic (Maintain and repair vehicles, and other equipment)
  • Other Management Positions (Management positions are available once long term experience in aviation is gained through other positions)

Aircraft

Aircraft